A brief overview of some key digital news from 2011…
The end of the year is almost upon us, and Google has published it’s annual zeitgeist, revealing the most searched for terms in 2011.
Video-hosting service YouTube has introduced a ‘fresh coat of digital paint’ for its website, but was it for the best?
Earlier this week Spotify hit a major milestone – 2.5 million paying subscribers, does this put pressure on other digital music providers?
After years of speculation, Google has finally launched a digital music service – iTunes killer or just a lot of noise?
Earlier this week Foursquare rolled out a revamped version of its website, which puts emphasis on ‘discovery’
Twitter can be good way to increase brand awarenes online – here is an example of a company that’s doing just that
Bonfire is an application that can be downloaded as a browser extension and allows you to chat with your Twitter friends in real-time
Last week Apple launced the iPhone 4S and SIRI – the personal assistant who lives in your phone. So how does it perform?
Aurasma is an augmented reality platform that offers realtime multimedia content via your smartphone’s camera
A good web presence can go a long way in helping you secure a job. Here are a few things you can do to optimise your web presence for the greater good.
Facebook has rolled out some new features that are causing a lot of fuss, but there may still be more to come…